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All reviewsconverted barnthe pubaway from the roadvery friendly young ladypurpose builtseparate buildingcar parkbus stopfull englishthin wallsthe en suite bathroomair conthree nightsfew minutes drivereal alerooms are cleanbreakfast is served
On our way to catch an early ferry from Dover so one night stay on the way and one night stay on the way back to the West Country.Bedroom 15 (out) and bedroom 4(return) were both lavishly equipped with all the right twiddly bits.Loved the...More
4th visit, so the place must be good ! This time arrived too early no warm food for 20 minutes, we waited naturally, drinking cider. My wife ordered potatoes and roast whilst I had battered cod. As i was driving alcohol free beer, no problems...More
Stayed three nights in the converted barn at the back of the property. Good value at £75 a night, including the dog. Plenty of parking.
Max. 10 mins drive from the city.
Very friendly host and excellent staff. Oliver, the front-of-house manager, was extremely helpful....More
Stayed three nights whilst visiting our daughter at Kent University. Very comfortable accommodation also pet friendly! Lovely breakfast.
Young staff were extremely helpful and polite.
Good beer and food in the pub.
Would definitely return!!
I stayed at the Evenhill over night so took advantage of the on site bar and restaurant. This is a pub with a restaurant on the side. The restaurant seating is on two floors of what looks like a converted barn. Food is typical pub...More